Managing Tinnitus

If you haven’t already, read our introductory post describing what Tinnitus is.

The surprising discovery that adding more sound to Tinnitus could help manage it was a welcome breakthrough. It gave us a concrete tool for working with Tinnitus, and we’ve integrated that technology right into hearing aids for a seamless hearing experience– that is, maximizing clarity of sound while minimizing the perception of Tinnitus.

Hearing aids that help manage Tinnitus come with programs that play soft music, harmonic tones or white noise to cancel out the perceived effect of Tinnitus. It’s not overpowering at all, but rather quite subtle. In a short while, both the tones and Tinnitus begin fading to the background.

Book a no-obligation consultation today and take back control of your life from Tinnitus.

Is there anything else I can do to minimize the effects of Tinnitus?

Absolutely, and the results will vary with every individual, so never give up. What works well for one person may not for another, but that’s normal. The goal is to find your worse trigger and avoid it.

The following are known to increase the sensation of Tinnitus and should be avoided if possible:

  • caffeine
  • stress
  • medication
  • nicotine
  • alcohol
  • diets high in salt
  • diets high in sugar
  • allergies
  • ear infections
  • sudden loud noises
  • headaches